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rickthepick

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Post Sat Mar 06, 2010 3:02 pm

impressioning with plasticine experiment

Got another multlock garrison key iv machined down to very low cuts and filled with plasticine, scraped out as much excess material as possible til your left with essentially a blank.

Next thing im gonna do it pop this badboy in the freezer for half hour so the pins dont rip into it on entry. Then time for some jiggling

hopefully it will work...

if it does turn i will re-freeze in the lock and then remove for a working undamaged impression

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Post Sat Mar 06, 2010 3:18 pm

Re: impressioning with plasticine experiment

that's a good spin on it, can't wait to see the outcome.
I saw a video that involved plasticine impressioning a lever lock, the plasticine looked like it was very rigid and it took a bit force to leave a mark in it.
You wouldn't be able to tell me what sort of plasticine they used? or is it some other compound.
I'll try and find the video.
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Post Sat Mar 06, 2010 3:23 pm

Re: impressioning with plasticine experiment

just tested it, i got the lock to false set.... very nearly open but not quite. Iv just popped it back in the freezer so i can remove the key undamaged and com[pare with the original
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Post Sat Mar 06, 2010 3:32 pm

Re: impressioning with plasticine experiment

plasticine fell off on removal... im gonna try again though that was amazingly close
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Post Sun Mar 07, 2010 6:31 am

Re: impressioning with plasticine experiment

Hey, that's a damn cool idea! (pun intended) But seriously, I like that line of thinking.
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Post Sun Mar 07, 2010 9:31 am

Re: impressioning with plasticine experiment

havent managed to open the lock yet, false sets every time which means im prob being too forceful with it and over impressioning . will have another play when i get 5 mins
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